Gas mains and pipes did not cause the Birmingham house explosion, says Cadent

There will be an excavation of the house to allow emergency services to continue their investigation into the causes of the incident

EU faces legal action over plans to fast-track gas infrastructure projects

ClientEarth, Friends of the Earth Europe, Food & Water Action Europe and CEE Bankwatch Network believe the EU Commission has given ‘these climate-destructive projects VIP status, in contradiction of its legal obligations’

Ukraine’s Naftogaz reports gas infrastructure damages after bombardment

People are left without gas as a result of damages to gas pipelines

National Grid to trial decarbonisation device for its gas network

Graphene, a carbon atom, used as an internal coating for gas pipes, is believed to make the switch to hydrogen greener and easier

Wales & West Utilities gas networks hydrogen ready in 2023

The company will start blending hydrogen in its gas network from next year

Biomethane production ‘broke all records in 2021’

Available biomethane and biogas could cover Belgium’s total gas consumption, according to new research

EU invests €309m in two gas interconnection projects

They are aimed at addressing the energy challenges facing the Eastern Baltic Sea Region and the Central-Eastern Europe